Tip # 10: Great Leaders Make Better Decisions

Successful leadership requires the ability to make good decisions, day in and day out, whether done individually, or as part of a larger group that may or may not report to you.  Research has shown that individuals and groups in any organization, no matter how simple or sophisticated, are...



Tip #9: Celebrate Successes

Too many leaders focus only on the problems at hand, or what still remains to be done, rather than step back and acknowledge how much their teams have already accomplished.  In addition to avoiding a reputation for being a complete slave driver and no fun to work for or...



Tip #8: Don’t Give Up Before You Get There!

Today we celebrated the San Francisco Giants winning their second World Series in three years time, so it’s a fitting tribute to them to focus of resilience.  Trailing badly in the first two rounds of the post-season playoffs, they came back to dominate the Detroit Tigers with unselfish team...



Tip #7: Maintain Your Mental Fitness

I’ve been traveling a fair amount and a little preoccupied with the presidential election and San Francisco Giants (on to the World Series!), so blogging dropped down on my priority list for the past two weeks.  In allowing that to happen, I was in a way practicing my own...



Mentoring, Professional Skills, and Diversity . . . a Busy Week

I’m back from a terrific conference put on in Minneapolis by the National Legal Mentoring Consortium in Minneapolis.  I enjoyed the chance to speak about mentoring circles to the conference attendees, and will be posting my remarks shortly.  Earlier this week, I attended this fall’s meeting of the Professional...



Tip #5: Seize The Day and Take Initiative To Achieve Your Goals

Once you know what you want to achieve, it’s time to get on to doing it.  Success does not come to those who sit back and wait, which is why great leaders are always taking initiative to think about what they can do to get what they want.  In...



Tip #4: Set Short-, Mid-, and Long-Term Goals and Objectives

To get where you want to go, you first must decide where that is, which is why you need goals and objectives for your business.  Sounds easy, right?  Not so fast.  According to Staples’ Annual National  Small Business Survey, a whopping 80% of small business owners surveyed said they don’t...



Tip #3: Create Your Personal Board of Directors

Businesses use them, so why shouldn’t you?  The concept of having your own personal board is catching on as more and more people reach beyond the limitations of internal mentors or sponsors to gain the benefit that boards play in the business world – independent advisors who provide their expertise to...



What were they thinking?

Anyone who believes preparation doesn’t matter needn’t look far today to appreciate the perils of winging it.  No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, the spectacle of Clint Eastwood riffing his off-color conversation with an imaginary President Obama at last night’s Republican National Convention is an object...



Going Rogue

My husband Hank and I walk our two dogs, Kona and Bogart, through our neighborhood every morning.  It’s one of my favorite rituals, although it’s a little bittersweet these days.   Kona turns 13 in August, and she has visibly slowed down — a foreshadowing of the wrenching loss we...



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